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That Virus Alert on Your Computer? Scammers in India May Be Behind It

The police outside New Delhi raided fake tech-support centers that sent false warnings to Americans and Canadians and then charged to “fix” the nonexistent infection.
Books News: Margaret Atwood Will Write a Sequel to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

Books News: Margaret Atwood Will Write a Sequel to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

The sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale” is inspired in part by “the world we’ve been living in,” said Margaret Atwood.
G.M., Not Trump, Is the Real Villain to Some Ohio Factory Workers

G.M., Not Trump, Is the Real Villain to Some Ohio Factory Workers

The General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio, hails visitors with a sign showcasing the Chevrolet model made there. G.M. said this week that it would idle the plant next year.
Iranians Accused in Cyberattacks, Including One That Hobbled Atlanta

Iranians Accused in Cyberattacks, Including One That Hobbled Atlanta

A ransomware attack that crippled Atlanta’s government this year was “an extreme form of 21st-century digital blackmail,” Brian Benczkowski, the head of the criminal division of the Justice
Before the Claims of Crispr Babies, There Was China’s One-Child Policy

Before the Claims of Crispr Babies, There Was China’s One-Child Policy

Propaganda in northern China for the one-child policy, which has profoundly shaped Chinese attitudes about reproductive technology.
His Father-in-Law Insulted Mexicans. Now Kushner Has Won Mexico’s Highest Honor.

His Father-in-Law Insulted Mexicans. Now Kushner Has Won Mexico’s Highest Honor.

Jared Kushner, son-in-law and adviser to President Trump, walks through the Capitol in Washington on Tuesday.

An Appraisal: David Mamet on Ricky Jay, a Great Astonisher and ‘Truest Friend’

“He achieved fame,” the playwright says of the master of magic who recently died. “But like the warrior monk or Hasidic master, he sought perfection.”
Two Words From Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Sent Markets Soaring

Two Words From Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Sent Markets Soaring

Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, speaking at the Economic Club of New York on Wednesday. His remarks raised hopes among investors that the central bank was closer to ending its push to
Florida Police Chief Gets 3 Years for Plot to Frame Black People for Crimes

Florida Police Chief Gets 3 Years for Plot to Frame Black People for Crimes

Raimundo Atesiano, a former police chief in Biscayne Park, Fla., was sentenced to three years in prison for encouraging wrongful arrests.
Brazil Backs Out of Hosting 2019 Climate Change Meeting

Brazil Backs Out of Hosting 2019 Climate Change Meeting

Illegal gold mines in the Brazilian Amazon, where deforestation is on the rise.
Why Did Manafort Cooperate With Trump Over Mueller?

Why Did Manafort Cooperate With Trump Over Mueller?

Kevin Downing, a lawyer for Paul Manafort, has reportedly been relaying details of Mr. Manafort's conversations with federal prosecutors to the Trump legal team.

Senators, Furious Over Khashoggi Killing, Spurn President on War in Yemen

A vote to limit U.S. military support in Yemen showed widespread disapproval of President Trump’s embrace of Saudi Arabia after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
A Badminton Champion Without Peer, Especially at Home

A Badminton Champion Without Peer, Especially at Home

Carolina Marín is Spain's greatest badminton world champion. She is also its only badminton world champion.
Magnus Carlsen Beats Fabiano Caruana to Win World Chess Championship

Magnus Carlsen Beats Fabiano Caruana to Win World Chess Championship

Norway’s Magnus Carlsen has held the world chess championship since 2013.
The Carpetbagger: Why Oscar Season Is Crazy, Frustrating and Still Essential

The Carpetbagger: Why Oscar Season Is Crazy, Frustrating and Still Essential

As a snapshot of Hollywood, the Oscars are also a picture of the culture as a whole.
Album Review: Alessia Cara: Young, Gifted and Bummed Out

Album Review: Alessia Cara: Young, Gifted and Bummed Out

On Alessia Cara’s second album, “The Pains of Growing,” she presents herself as a woman who’s still figuring herself out.
At Least a Dozen Civilians Killed in Afghan and U.S. Operation

At Least a Dozen Civilians Killed in Afghan and U.S. Operation

An injured boy receives treatment at a hospital after an airstrike in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Civilians and Taliban fighters were killed in the strike as
The Annals of Flannel

The Annals of Flannel

An American Giant flannel shirt.